Constellation Auriga
Taken by Ed H on February 24, 2019 @ Northern Wisconsin
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 6D
Exposure Time: 89/10
Aperture: Unavailable
ISO: 4000
Date Taken: 2019:03:14 07:58:51
 
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I did a star focus shot of Auriga Not looking for anything particular but realize now two weeks later that a comet was in the area, so I checked my shot of the sky and sure enough, between M37 and Theta Auriga. I Highlighted the area on my chart.. there it was but a very faint. last pic is the Full uncropped orig.
Canon 6D with a 35mm Rokinon lens
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Nice!
I shoot with a 50mm f/1.8 cheap ($100) lens and stop it down to f/4 when the star images are pinpoint from corner to corner!
I see you used ISO 4000. Drop to 800 and make longer exposures for the ultimate shot.
Only way to go further is to stack multiple versions of these shots!
David
Dublin
Posted by davefriend0 2019-03-14 21:54:27
BEAUTIFUL !
Posted by esplaobs 2019-03-16 19:50:10
Thanks for the great comments, I do know about stacking but havent done any of that for a few years now but,.. Remember, Dont ever let anyone tell you how to think or what to be interested in!! and Happy St.Patricks Day out there!
Posted by Timber14 2019-03-17 13:04:01
8 thumbs up
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